Vegan Vogue: Vegan Hair Dye

Dip Dye Diva
The results of my recent dip dye

I have this thing where around every three months I feel compelled to change my hair in some manner. Usually it’s as simple as getting bangs, or growing the bangs out and styling them differently. Other times it’s chopping it all off into a drastically different style.

This time around, I was really happy with my overall hair cut and length, but was still wanting a change. For years I’ve wanted to dip dye my ends, so I figured now was as good a time as ever. Hair dye is a great way to freshen up your look and make people take notice. So I made an appointment with my long time stylist and rolled with it!
Luckily my local salon’s color was vegan friendly. If you are in the market for a new hair color, check out these salon and at home hair color brands that are all cruelty-free.

Organics Color Systems

Organic Color Systems is the brand used to do my dip dye (see photo above), which is only available in salons. It’s 100% ammonia free, and also certified vegan and cruelty free by PETA. Organic Color Systems also boasts their products cover 100% of greys and their ingredients used are organic.

When going to the salon to get my dip dye done, I was expecting my stylist to have to bleach my hair, and then color over the bleached areas since my hair is so dark. To my surprise, the Organic Color Systems color worked straight on my dark hair and still produced intense results. To find a salon that carries Organics Color Systems near you, click here.

Aloxxi

Aloxxi is another salon only hair dye brand who I had the pleasure of attending an event for during New York Fashion week this past September. They’re listed on PETA’s list of companies that do not test on animals, and all their products boast the bunny logo.

Aloxxi generously gifted me with their suite of color safe, hair styling products which I’ve been using since I had my color done and they work very well. In particular their color rich treatment masque makes my curls super soft and intensely conditions in only 3 minutes.

To find a salon that uses Aloxxi color by you, you can click here.

Manic Panic

If mainstream hair color isn’t your thing, try at home color with Manic Panic. Manic Panic has been known for their crazy, bright, intense colors since the 1970′s, and guarantees all their products are vegan. Their colors are also semi-permanent, which makes it really easy to try a new look without being stressed about it being a long-term commitment.

Herbatint

Looking for a veg- friendly alternative to your standard “box” color, check out Herbatint. Herbatint offers ammonia and paraben free permanent hair color products that are easy to apply at home. They’re also certified vegan and cruelty-free.

Do you like to change-up your hair color and use a brand I didn’t mention here? Please share what dye you use in the comments!

Vegan Vogue is a lifestyle and style column focusing on all things in vogue and vegan. More tips from Corrie Feld can be found at her website Brooklyn Bliss. Follow her on Twitter @CorrieFeld

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